GREENWICH, Conn. -- Douglas Elliman Real Estate announced that Jennifer Miller has joined the firm as the Executive Manager of Sales for the Greenwich office. She is the first to hold this position for the thriving Connecticut office. In this leadership role, Miller will manage the operations of the diverse and talented group of agents.
“As we continue the expansion and development of the Elliman brand in Connecticut, it’s exciting to bring on a wonderful talent like Jennifer Miller,” said Dottie Herman, President and CEO of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “Jennifer will be instrumental as we continue to grow in this region, as her work ethic, enthusiasm and fantastic leadership skills will be a great asset to our team.”
“I’m thrilled to join a firm with the resources, capabilities and history of success that Elliman has. It’s an amazing opportunity to work side by side with this experienced sales force to further the company’s brand in Greenwich,” said Miller.
Previously, Miller was a Director in institutional sales at Merrill Lynch and then a successful agent at The Corcoran Group, both in Manhattan. She was able to leverage her experience in finance of connecting buyers and sellers and working in a large organization to apply a much more personalized level of service in real estate. This approach yielded instant results as she had her first contract signed only three weeks after becoming an agent and was consistently among the firm’s top agents.
Miller has represented a diverse group of clients and sold and rented properties in some of Manhattan’s most notable buildings. Miller believes that, “Greenwich is similar to Manhattan, especially when it comes to real estate. Both populations are sophisticated and incredibly knowledgeable. With my experience, I’m confident that our team will be able to deliver the high level of service the Greenwich market requires and deserves.”
Miller was born and raised in New York City. She earned a BS in Finance from Lehigh University in 1996.
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